Fancy a luxury overnight escape, or perhaps a family break away? I’ve found 10 great summer hotel deals in Ireland to suit all tastes and budgets.
With all the talk of soaring hotel prices, I was challenged to find some great value summer hotel deals in Ireland, and you know how much I love a challenge…
I have found some great breaks this summer for couples, friends and families. I have separate posts on family hotel deals, luxury stays and self catering options in the travel deals in Ireland section of my website, but I have hand-picked some of my favourites for you below.
I have selected various dates this summer in hotels and holiday homes, but if these don’t suit you, or you want to stay for a longer or shorter duration, simply click on the links below and edit the dates to suit your requirements.
Most of these summer hotel deals in Ireland include my affiliate links – where I receive a small commission if a booking is made, but at no additional cost to you.
Summer hotel deals in Ireland for adult breaks:
1. Hardiman Hotel, Galway: 2 Night B&B + 1 Dinner & Prosecco
The landmark Hardiman Hotel on Eyre Square is celebrating 170 years of tradition this summer, and is the perfect choice for a Galway break. Whether you want to enjoy its boutique shopping and vibrant nightlife, or head out west and enjoy Connemara’s beaches, there are plenty of options to explore Galway from here.
This summer you can enjoy a two-night stay with full Irish breakfast, bubbles, local strawberries in your room on arrival, and a three-course dinner in the hotel’s Gaslight Brasserie on the night of your choice – all for just €294 per person on various dates in August. This offer is called the ‘Sweet Summer Staycation’ and is bookable direct via the hotel website.
2. Choice of Donegal breaks over August Bank holiday weekend from €75pp
Despite being home to some of Ireland’s best beaches, when I search hotel deals in Ireland I often find Donegal prices tend to be the lowest along the Wild Atlantic Way.
I found two great options for a short break over the August bank holiday weekend. Choose the Redcastle Hotel on the Inishowen Peninsula for €79, or the Radisson Blu in Letterkenny for €75 per person. Both hotels are four-star, include breakfast, and have spas on site. Available on Sunday July 31st.
If this date doesn’t suit, or you wish to stay longer, simply click on the links below and edit the dates to suit your requirements.View Redcastle
3. Overnight Escape to Mount Juliet, B&B, 28th August €117pp
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Mount Juliet Estate consists of two residences, the original Georgian Manor House and the chic Hunter’s Yard. This super deal is based on staying in Hunter’s Yard and includes breakfast. Why not treat yourself to a meal in the Michelin-starred Lady Helen restaurant, and make it an overnight stay to remember.
This is superb value and must be one of best options for couples looking for summer hotel deals in Ireland in a luxury hotel.
4. Luxury Break in Derry at 5-Star Bishops Gate Hotel, 31st July, €123pp
Did you know that Derry is one of the world’s best preserved walled-cities, and is the only remaining completely walled city in Ireland? Derry is brimming with culture and history and is waiting to be explored.
The landmark Bishop’s Gate Hotel is located within the historic city walls and combines tradition with contemporary style. This is a superb deal to explore this beautiful city.
5. Overnight Stay at Trinity City Hotel, Dublin: 14th August, €99pp
For a central stay in the capital you can’t beat the Trinity City Hotel. Located opposite Trinity College, just minutes from Henry Street, Grafton Street and the DART Station, the location just couldn’t be better.
I stayed here over Christmas and loved its modern decor and relaxed dining options. The heated interior terrace is the perfect choice if you want to enjoy some al fresco cocktails, and the open plan restaurant boasts floor to ceiling windows.
Summer hotel deals in Ireland for families in August
6. Riverside Park Hotel Wexford, 2 Night Breaks, B&B + 1 Dinner & Family Attraction Pass, €475
The Riverside Hotel in Wexford offers great value summer breaks in August. A kids club will operate this summer and there is a leisure centre with a kids pool on site. Their family breaks include full breakfast each day, dinner on the night of your choice, and a family attraction pass to one of Wexford’s top attractions.
We stayed here last summer and went to Wells House and Gardens – one of the attractions that is included in the cost. It is a great value option for a family break away this summer.
7. Clayton Hotel Sligo 2 bed family room, 2-night stay, €398
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Set on beautiful grounds and only a short distance from Sligo Town centre, the 4-star Clayton Sligo ticks all boxes for a family holiday in Ireland. We stayed here recently and loved it’s family friendly facilities and spacious family rooms.
The leisure centre has a separate kids pool, there is a kids club operating for the summer holidays.View offer here
8. Holiday Inn Belfast, 2-night stay, 7th August: €368
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The Holiday Inn Belfast is located in the heart of Belfast and is a great value option for a family stay in Belfast. Belfast is brimming with family attractions including indoor skydiving at Vertigo, Ireland’s award-winning Science and Discovery Centre W5, and make sure you take a spin to Colin Glen Forest Park to enjoy their Gruffalo Trail, ziplines and alpine coaster.
9. Carrick Plaza Suites, Carrick On Shannon, Leitrim: 2-bedroom apartment €597
Located in the heart of Carrick-On-Shannon, these modern two-bedroomed apartments sleep up to six, and three-bedroomed apartments sleep up to eight. Both boast panoramic views over the River Shannon. Take a cruise along the river, or enjoy a family day out at Lough Key Forest Park.
Note: When you click on the link below you will see quad rooms, but once you click through to see availability you will see two-bedroom apartments available.
10. Glamping Under The Stars, Laois, Hobbit House(6), 2-Night Stay, €399
As well as offering six different glamping accommodations, the name, ‘Glamping Under the Stars’ has already got me thinking that I want to stay there.
Located just an hour from Dublin, this award-winning glamping site has bell tents, wood lodges, hobbit-style houses and a shepherd’s hut, all equipped with proper beds, a private decking area and sockets for charging phones.
The hobbit-style houses sleep up to six and have private bathrooms. Prices for a two-night family stay are €399 on various dates in August.
I hope this post on summer hotel deals in Ireland will help you plan a break away. While every effort is made to ensure that hotel facilities and services are accurate, these are subject to change.